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LASU student, 5 others die in Ogun auto crashes

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A 26-year-old student of the Lagos State University, LASU, Ademola Timothy, and five others have been reportedly killed in different auto crashes in Ogun State.

A statement by the Police Public Relations Officer of the Ogun State Command , Omolola Odutola, said the accident that claimed the life of the student happened on Tuesday, at 6.45a.m., before Babcock University junction, on Sagamu -Benin expressway.

She said the accident involved a Geon truck with number plate, LAR 730 XB; a Toyota Sienna ash colour and a Lexus car with number plate, BDG 979 HD, blue colour.

It was gathered that the driver of the Lexus car driven by Emmanuel Sorunke, drove recklessly, rammed into a moving truck and somersaulted severally while the Toyota Sienna hit the Lexus.

The victims were taken to Babcock University Teaching Hospital, where they were pronounced dead by doctors on duty.

Public Education Officer of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, Florence Okpe, in a statement said three passengers lost their lives when a truck crushed them on Ogijo-Mosimi Road in Sagamu Local Government Area of the state.

Okpe said the accident occured at 10.25p.m., on Tuesday, that the truck with no registration number rammed into a tricycle with number plate, LSD175QM, describing it as a case of hit-and-run. She said six persons were involved in the crash in which three died.

She said: “A total of six persons were involved which comprised four male adults, one female adult and one female child.

“Three persons were injured (two male adults and one female adult). A total of three persons were recorded dead from the crash (two male adults and one female child).”

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PHOTOS: Plateau Lawmaker Gifts Daughter Brand-New SUV on Graduation Day

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– Plateau lawmaker gifts daughter SUV for graduating from Lead British International School Abuja
– Mixed reactions on social media over extravagant gift
– Economic challenges in Nigeria fuel criticism

Plateau State lawmaker, Yusuf Gagdi, surprised his daughter Aisha with an SUV for excelling in her exams at Lead British International School Abuja.

He shared proud moments from her graduation ceremony on Instagram.

Aisha’s achievement in Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations earned her the luxury gift. Her father’s gesture sparked controversy on social media, with some questioning the extravagance.

Critics called the gift “absolute nonsense” amidst economic challenges. Others defended Gagdi, saying he celebrated his daughter according to his means.

Supporters argued that people celebrate their children according to their pockets. The debate highlights differing views on extravagant gifts.

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Battery Drain Alert: Tips to Extend Your Phone’s Life

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Are you tired of your phone battery draining faster than ever? It’s not just about how you use your phone, but also about underlying factors affecting your battery life.

Here are the top 5 hidden factors behind your fast-draining phone battery:

1. Overcharging: Overcharging your phone can significantly reduce its battery lifespan, causing it to drain faster. “Avoid overcharging, as it can damage the battery’s internal cells”.

2. High Screen Brightness: High screen brightness is a major battery drainer, especially when used for extended periods. Dimming your screen or using auto-brightness can help conserve battery life.

3. Resource-Intensive Apps: Resource-intensive apps like social media and games consume battery power rapidly. Closing unused apps or using low-power modes can help mitigate this issue.

4. Poor Battery Calibration: Poor battery calibration can lead to inaccurate battery level readings and faster draining. Calibrating your battery regularly can help resolve this problem.

5. Outdated Software: Outdated software can cause battery drain due to inefficient power management. Keeping your phone’s software up-to-date can help optimize battery performance.

To maintain your phone battery’s performance and extend its lifespan, follow these simple tips:

– Charge your phone correctly: Avoid overcharging and keep your battery level between 20% and 80% if possible.

– Adjust your screen settings: Lower your screen brightness, use auto-brightness, or turn off adaptive brightness.

– Manage your apps: Close unused apps, use low-power modes, and limit background data usage.

– Update your software: Regularly update your phone’s operating system and apps to ensure efficient power management.

By identifying and addressing these hidden factors, you can optimize your phone’s battery performance, extend its lifespan, and enjoy uninterrupted usage.

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